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Make-A-Wish School Volunteer Roles

    The ‘Kids for Wish Kids Schools Entrepreneurship Awards’ are open to all secondary school students in the Republic of Ireland and are designed to help translate the ingenuity, energy and business acumen of young people …

 

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Kids for Wish Kids Schools Awards 2017/18

  The Kids for Wish Kids Schools Entrepreneurship Awards, sponsored by Peter Mark and Intertrust, is designed to encourage students to develop their entrepreneurial skills, build their confidence and create a greater level of social enterprise. Students …

 

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Fundraising by Schools

How school children can help make Magical Wishes come true...There are so many ways that your school can get involved and help support Make-A-Wish Ireland, from registering to take part in one of our own events like …

 

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Communion and Confirmation Donations

 There is something magical about children helping children. We are inviting your little angels celebrating their First Holy Communion or Confirmation to share their special day with our brave wish children, helping a real magical …

 

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Wishmakers on Campus

Would your College or University like to set up a Wishmakers on Campus today?Wishmakers on Campus is a social, service, leadership and community development group. The society is as diverse as its members make it …

 

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